Remember concerts IRL? Throughout the month of September, you can enjoy them again at Colorado's iconic outdoor venue with Nathaniel Rateliff. Music to our ears. 

Following an audience-free show on September 1 (Megan Thee Stallion and Sam Hunt were also a part of the virtual-ish concert series), Colorado's Nathaniel Rateliff will return to the stage at Red Rocks Amphitheatre, but this time, there will be a crowd —just socially distanced. Rateliff will play five shows, Tuesday September 15 through Monday, September 21, and proceeds will benefit The Marigold Project.

'We want to get out there and play,' Rateliff said in a press release from AEG. 'We feel so fortunate that Red Rocks is our hometown venue and look forward to having people at normal capacities in the future. But until that time it will feel great to make the best of the current situation, we want to get back to that live energy. These shows will be special for us, and hopefully the fans, as we will have our full production, custom light show and projections that were featured on the original tour that was unfortunately cancelled.'

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Red Rocks' capacity is 175 people, and tickets will be on sale by lottery. Starting Wednesday, September 9, at 10 a.m., go to to register. Guests will be randomly selected, however, you can purchase premium tickets to ensure admission, but those are limited.

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